Pros Got this and immediately loved it, whats' not to love about a wii
Cons love it, no cons
Pros Too many fun games to choose from! My son and I can spend an entire day playing then if we can't agree what to play next get some silly "wii points" and just download a new game.
Really helping me recover from major cancer surgeries just fine.
Cons It's like the machine is wounded; connected halfway to the internet. Why do I have to HACK into it just to get another channel when it has the capacity to have some cool channels?! Very annoying.
Summary I'm in bed most of the time cause I've been In a series of cancer related surgeries from head to toe... I'm stuck here. My muscles have atrophied and I need to get back on my feet cause I have a business to operate that saves lives. The Wii has helped tremendously and will continue to do so. Please include the Homebrew channel. At least some streaming video channels that broadcast 24/7 that would be cool. Why can't I access my home computer through the wifi? It's as though you've amputated it's limbs or something. $300. Is a pretty hefty sum in this economy so I'll keep playing it looking forward to the day it opens up to meet it's potential.
Pros there are some good titles and the motion control is good enough to compete with some others
Cons but there are only a few games that really require the motion control (most of the games will ask you to shake your controller or point it at the screen but your not really moving like they advertised) and there is a lot of games no one really wants.
Summary Wii was the first one out and everyone found it to be the future, and they were right but now that Nintendo's competitors can do what the wii dose better in HD and has more features all around. Nintendo needs to give the Wii a real face lift or a new system.
I called my Wii the "GameCube Advance" because there were more fun games for the GameCube then there were for the Wii.